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28 10, 10:42pm
The missing capital is actually pretty common problem for Finns. We don't capitalize languages so "suomen kieli" (Finnish language) is not capitalized, neither is "suomalainen" (Finnish person), but "Suomi" (Finland) is capitalized. Sometimes it's hard to remember that in English you capitalize every word with the country in it.
The missing n on the other hand was probably just a typo, but to be honest where does that second n come from? We really don't like weird rules on our language. For example we don't have spelling bees because if you can pronounce the word you already know how it's spelled.